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  • Look in The Mirror: Bulimia and eating Disorders

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    When self-esteem is seen through what you eat.

  • Got A Lite?

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    Pattie Canova hosts a talk show using wit, candor, keen insight, perception, experience, and the tales and symbols of Tarot to inform, illuminate, enlighten and entertain her listeners. Write Pattie at pcanova@optonline.net w/your questions, feedback or insights. Visit my websight: www.pattiecanova.com  Let's discover what it takes to walk our road toward awakening.  www.pattiecanova.com

  • Summer sailing

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    The waters, although beautiful, are not exactly kind. Learn more about what the impact of kindness is for thrill seeking water loving sailing fanatics.

  • Ace Hardware Show with Gene Pedrotti

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    Our Ace Hardware series continues with store owner Gene Pedrotti.
    This program is presented by Gracefully-Yours greeting cards and travel journals, America's favorite inspirational social expression product. Visit www.shop.gracefully-yours.com for more information.

  • It's a Wonderful Life

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    Noon Eastern: "It's a Wonderful Life," host Sharon Thomas
    A celebration of life, from birth to natural death. 

  • Jan Arnow debuts In the Line of Fire: Raising Kids in a Violent World

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    Living in a peaceful world, free from hatred, bigotry, bullying and violence may seem like an impossible journey.  Violence surrounds us and overwhelmingly dominates our lives through crime-based TV shows, video games, and social media – not to mention our daily news feeds which include hate crimes, bullying, school shootings and domestic violence.  According to Jan Arnow, author of In the Line of Fire: Raising Kids in a Violent World, are all connected along a continuum of violence.  Boys who witness domestic violence are twice as likely to be an abuser as an adult Seven children or teenagers are killed by firearms 187 children are arrested for violent crimes  1,837 children are identified as abused or neglected, and 2,857 high school students drop out. "As a result of receiving poor social mentorship and not knowing how to resolve conflicts, there are more than 61,000 youth residing in juvenile detention centers or correctional facilities throughout the US,” says Arnow. "Abusive behaviors often initiate at home, and children who are abused become the abusers.” Jan Arnow is the founder and executive director of Innovations in Peacemaking International, and is an internationally recognized lecturer and authority on multicultural education, violence abatement, prejudice reduction, creativity, and leadership. She is currently working on a teacher's and community guide to In the Line of Fire:  For more information, please visit http://www.butlerbooks.com/inthelineoffire.html.

  • Suzanne Woods Fisher debuts The Heart of the Amish: Life Lessons on Peacemaking

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    The Amish and the practice of forgiveness
    Suzanne Woods Fisher reveals what the Amish can teach about peace in letting go
    Seattle: Everyone has been hurt. Everyone experiences conflicts, great and small. Everyone has someone to forgive. In The Heart of the Amish: Life Lessons on Peacemaking and the Power of Forgiveness (Revell/May 5, 2015/ISBN: 978-0800722036/ $12.99), bestselling author Suzanne Woods Fisher reveals the lessons that the Amish teach about what to do when we just can't bring ourselves to forgive someone who has wronged us.
    The Heart of the Amish invites readers into the world of a people renowned for their ability to forgive. Her in-depth, personal research uncovers the astounding, yet fundamental way the Amish can forgive anyone — from the angry customer at the grocery store to the shooter at the Nickel Mines schoolhouse. Through true stories gathered from a variety of Amish communities, Fisher illustrates how they are able to release their pain and desire for revenge, living at peace with others. Readers will learn how to invite God into their stories, apply lessons from the Amish to their owncircumstances, and find the freedom that comes with true forgiveness. 
    This show is sponsored by Gracefully-Yours greeting cards and inspirational journals, America's favorite inspirational social expression products. Visit www.shop.gracefully-yours.com for special discounts.

  • FarmON! Tessa Edick

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    Joining host Frankie Picasso of  The Good Radio Network on Thursday, July 9th, 2015 at 1:00 pm est,  is foodie expert, author, columnist Tessa Edick, who is the Founder and Executive Director of the FarmON  Foundation, a 501c3  non-­-profit  organization whose public  charity creates  and  funds  youth  educational programming, a program desigend to preserve family farming in America.  
    FarmOn!  Foundation is dedicated  to  bringing  awareness  to   food   choices   and   sources, by introducing the public to the farmer and bridging the gap that exists from farm to table. One of the goals of FarmON! is to inspire youth to choose  careers in agriculuture and teach them how to create  the  economic  engine necessary to connect rural  and  urban  marketplaces  while building local  economies.   
    The goal is to create economic and evironmentally sustainable farming operations through the Succession   across   Generations program that helps   local   communities  partcipate  in  the  productIon,  distribution and  consumption  of  locally  produced  food  products. 
    Tessa, also authored the book, Hudson Valley Food and Farming: Why Didn't Anyone Ever Tell Me That?. She began her career as founder of Sauces 'n Love, where she revolutionized sauce in a jar and built the company into an international force. She is founder of the Culinary Partnership, which helps chefs launch their recipes to retail shelves. She has earned 16 NASFT sofi awards and her products have been  featured on Oprah's "O List." She writes the column "Meet your Farmer."

  • Womens Radio Network Presents Open Forum: Hosted By Bridget Grayson

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    “Because I am a woman, I must make unusual efforts to succeed. If I fail, no one will say, “She doesn’t have what it takes.” They will say, “Women don’t have what it takes.” – Clare Boothe Luce  

  • How to be a good wife Pt. 1 with Pastor Juan Goodson

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    It is the second half of the year and the 3rd quarter and before you know it iw will be Christmas time. Okay so that is a totally random thought.
    We are going to hear from Pastor Juan Goodson of Restoration Ministries COGIC and he will be talking about 'How to be a good wife'. Last time our conversation ended with talking to the husbands, so ladies get ready to get your tips from a Biblical perspective.
    Darren Marlar is gonna share our Daily Dose of Weird News
    Katherine is gonna talk about 'The Elephant In My Business' and this week it is about being patient.

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